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Old 15th March 2007, 12:12 PM
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Hey lads and lassies,

In light of the amount of motorcycles being stolen recently, it was suggested that we have a sticky thread for reporting stolen bikes.

So this is the place to make other members aware that some light fingered git has stolen your pride and joy, or the P & J of someone you know.

When posting, please include as much info on the bike as you can.

Make & Model:

Colour:

Reg:

Location Stolen From:
Approx. Time Bike was Stolen:

Any distinguishing Features:
eg special paint jobs, exhaust etc.

It was also mentioned that lads have, in the past, have been phoned and offered their bikes back for €XXXX. As we've seen, there's not a lot the guards can do in this situation.

But a member on here with some contacts in the mobile phone business has kindly offered to do what he can with regard to tracing the phone should you get such a call. Obviously I cant tell you who it is but PM me with the details and I'll pass 'em on.

Lastly, keep your biked locked at all times to something solid, and be careful about where you leave it at night!!

This has ben a Public Service Announcement on behalf of Biker.ie, in association with No-Work Thursday
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Old 15th March 2007, 12:22 PM
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Allow me the dubious honour of kicking it off

Make: Honda Hornet 250cc

Colour: Silver

Reg: 96 D 58227

Stolen from: Rochestown in Cork at about 8:30pm in October of last year

Distinguishing Features: Had been crashed only the night previously, so scraped on left hand side, possible fork damage (had to pull it out from under a car), gear pedal twisted. Had new front tyre and new chain and sprocket fitted only the previous week.

A cop rang me last week and said are you the owner of a Silver Hornet Reg 96 D 58227. Yes, says I, giddy at the thougths of a reunion. Just checking its still stolen says he. Grrrrrrrr.
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Old 15th March 2007, 12:29 PM
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Nah 'fraid not. I'd only had it about 3 months before it was whipped. Went into Lee in Cork just in case some clown brought it in to be fixed and he said I was the third guy in that week who'd had a Hornet stolen. Weird. Fergus Cawley was also tellng me of a guy he knew who had a Hornet whipped and he was walking pass Ross Motorcycles in Cork a few weeks later and spies his own bike outside, waiting to be collected after some guy dropped it into be repaired!
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Old 15th March 2007, 12:44 PM
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Make & Model: Honda Fireblade

Colour: Cocktail - Red/White/Black

Reg: 96 (will check the rest)

Location Stolen From:RDS Bike Show 2005 Time Bike was Stolen: Between 1 & 3pm

Any distinguishing Featuires: Scorpion can, slight dent in tank - mint otherwise.
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Old 15th March 2007, 08:33 PM
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The brother had 2 motocross racing bikes robbed out of the shed last year, one got recovered and the other hasent been seen since till last week. Its a CRF 4?? not up on these bikes and he isnt answering the phone. Anyway been seen on the greens around Jobestown.
Anyone from that area can PM me and ill give my no. and he might get it back, ta.
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Old 15th March 2007, 09:01 PM
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I agree with Brendan - probably not wise to give the exact address the bike was stolen from, in case one of those manky bastards with thieving fingers sees these posts and reasons that there might be a replacement bike at the same address.
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Old 15th March 2007, 11:58 PM
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Make & Model:[COLOR="DarkRed"]Honda fireblade cbr 900 [/COLOR]

Colour:[COLOR="DarkRed"]Bright blue and silver[/COLOR]

Reg:[COLOR="DarkRed"]97 MH 5960[/COLOR]

Location Stolen From:[COLOR="DarkRed"]St Stephens grn (graf st) Dublin[/COLOR]

Approx. Time Bike was Stolen:[COLOR="DarkRed"]12.17pm[/COLOR] FEB 12th 2007

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Old 16th March 2007, 12:05 AM
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Delighted to see this thread and a sticky on it.
Can I make one suggestion.

Everyone go out now and take a photo of your bike(s), if you don't already have one.

No excuses like "I only have it 3 months and didn't get around to taking a photo". I know we don't like to think of it happening to us but it could.

They have to sell these bikes to someone and unless they are exporting them we can us this forum to keep a collective eye out for the thieving bast'rds.
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Old 3rd April 2007, 06:33 AM
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Sup lads,

My mates 2002 KTM250 Orange/Black was taken from his front garden last Friday night/Saturday morning in the Baldoyle area, Dublins Northside.

Bikes in good nick, usual Orange KTM colour, grey hand guards, 1 side casing melted (very noticable), also once we get close it is invisibly marked so fairly confident we'll get it back eventually. Heads are watching the usual places for motoX use and have an idea who lifted it. Silly boys.

Pm me on here if yis happen to see one like it pop up in your area.
Reward given for help retrieving the bike. No questions asked.


Cheers Lads.
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Old 10th May 2007, 08:26 PM
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They,ll take anything my mates nsr125 was taken from outside 4 star pizza.
Thing was he worked there and it had a big f*** off 4 star deliverly box on the back of it.
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Old 10th May 2007, 08:29 PM
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Originally Posted by tommy
They,ll take anything my mates nsr125 was taken from outside 4 star pizza.
Thing was he worked there and it had a big f*** off 4 star deliverly box on the back of it.
stoners with munchies perhaps ?
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Old 11th May 2007, 03:59 PM
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I had to post this, just felt sorry for the poor bugger. Only stolen two days ago in Engerland




http://cgi.ebay.ie/2005-YAMAHA-YZF-R...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 12th May 2007, 06:23 PM
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what up all hows things jus got meself a new (old bike)
after two and a half weeks scum came and nicked it
thought i might post some pics if thats ok, people might come across it or may be offered parts
Its a 1991 Kawasaki KDX 200 cc Bright kawasaki Green on/off road Scrambler
Upside down forks which they didn't normally come with in that year
Seat recovered black

Reg No 91 d 48656
Frame number DX200G017643

Big dent in the exhaust due to smack by a car

Also no coolant in the bike as the exhaust knocked into the water pump and broke of a nozzel holding coolent pipes on
Someone is bound to have seen it about

Was nicked on fri afternoon 4.30 from james wood kilmainham
By three thieves wit a boltcutters and helmet
Id really appreciate any help from u guys and im willin to pay a few quid to get it back if any one might know anything
Or a reward for any info leading to recovery
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Old 12th May 2007, 06:40 PM
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heres a few pics before the expansion pipe got a large denti n it

http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s...9/Image096.jpg

Please call me on 0860857099 with any details
Reward offered for info leading to recovery
No questions asked
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Old 12th May 2007, 06:55 PM
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the bike also has blueish purple upside down forks on the front which is pretty rare for that year,seat recovered black its normally blue
also large dent in the exhaust/expansion pipe
Damaged water pump,no coolant in the bike
Please call me on 0860857099 or the garda even if it jus looks like it
Thanks alot people
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Old 12th May 2007, 07:17 PM
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jus a quick link to a stolen car thread keep an eye out the more eyes watchin the better
http://www.racershaven.com/forum/sho...t=27337&page=2
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Old 13th May 2007, 07:53 PM
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hey folks, just a message to those who havent had some arse nick a bike from you yet, lock them properly! A disk lock on the front disk or a chain on the front wheel is a waste of time, all they have to is loosen the nut on the axel, pass the axel through and on goes a different wheel, only takes 30 seconds. Get a proper chain, i use a hardened chain with square shaped links along with a padlock with a removable top which a bolt cutter cant grab onto. Put it through the back wheel, NOT your front and pass it through the frame or shocks. A chain on the back and a disk lock on the front and your typical bike thief will walk off. By brother hardly ever locks his properly, hence its been nicked twice but luckily recovered both times, the guards spotted the bike one of the times gave chase and caught them when they took a spill in a tower block car park. They wouldnt prosecute cos they were "young offenders" and didnt want to make their record any worse... a complete joke. He caught two lads trying to steal it a third time when he was with some mates, was actually pretty funny they were thick! one of them was on the bike trying to break the steering lock and didnt notice my bro coming up, he pulled him off the bike and beat the sh*te through the two of them!!! Id say you all wish that you'd had that opportunity
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Old 21st May 2007, 11:29 AM
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bike : honda bros

year : 1992

colour : blue

got nicked from Amiens Street about a month ago (I know I'm a bit late posting this!) rear wheel is a darker gold colour than the front so its easilly recognisable, not many blue bros's around either.
last seen going in the direction of summerhill by the cops who lost them in the traffic. got another bros now but its just not the same!
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Old 21st May 2007, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by P..
bike : honda bros

year : 1992

colour : blue

got nicked from Amiens Street about a month ago (I know I'm a bit late posting this!) rear wheel is a darker gold colour than the front so its easilly recognisable, not many blue bros's around either.
last seen going in the direction of summerhill by the cops who lost them in the traffic. got another bros now but its just not the same!
You got any pics of the bike mate?
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Old 21st May 2007, 12:35 PM
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unfortunatly not, trying to get one from the place a bought it, they might still have one. loads of distinguishing things about it though. only real scratch is on the front of the front mudguard, smaller indicators with carbon effect stickers around them, carbon sticker on top of the clocks.
oh yeah, the reg is 92 D 49322.
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